Tiny House in a Landscape

Tiny House in a Landscape

I wanted to give everyone an idea the type of photographs I would like to encourage people to find for this feature.

I really enjoy photos where the subject is the relationship of the cabin or hut with its environment often at a distance.

I like the way that In a good photo, the cabin and the landscape enhance each other, providing scale and human values; loneliness, shelter, warmth, seclusion etc.

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Following are a few more examples of unique settings of tiny houses. Look in your area for photos like this or online, please continue to submit your finds to tinyhouseblog(at)gmail.com. Thank you and enjoy!

Martha's Vineyard

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Carol Accornero - July 7, 2009 Reply

I loved the first photo of the tiny house in landscape. I have a cabin in Asheville N.C. and would like to build another cabin like the one in the photo. I would like to have it about 400 to 600 sq. feet. Could you send me more info on this. Thank You

Cindy - December 16, 2009 Reply

I love the first tiny house in landscape. I would like to buy exactly the same in oregon. Can you please send me with detail if you have one? thanks

Carolyn MVaussies - March 2, 2010 Reply

WOW, The second I saw the second photo, I Knew it was the Vineyard! UpIsland, Chilmark, Menemsha, maybe West Tisbury, Elizabeth Islands way back. Believe it or not some of those go for over a Million!

Chris - May 20, 2010 Reply

The small house on the Vineyard is Livingston Taylor’s (James’ Brother). There was an article about it in the NY Times (http://travel.nytimes.com/2009/04/24/greathomesanddestinations/24Away.html?scp=2&sq=livingston%20taylor&st=cse).

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